SAFE Conference 2019
The SAFE 2019 International Conference will be held on September 6, 2019 and October 4, 2019. As usual, the conference is held via Zoom.us on the internet as a video conference. The presentations will be recorded and posted as private You Tube videos. This allows attendees to watch the presentations as often as desired and for the people in time zones that are not conducive to watching live to watch at a later time.
The conference will start at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight time
12:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight time
Presentations set for September 6
Jim Robinson, Esq. – How Attorneys Dig Up Dirt on Expert Witnesses
Attorney Jim Robinson will explain the various ways that attorneys look to research expert witnesses. This behind the scenes look will explain what attorneys look for before retaining an expert, and how they uncover data on opposing experts. Mr. Robinson will explain what type of dirt is most damaging to an expert’s reputation, and where attorneys can find such information. He will also explain specific strategies experts should engage in to ensure attorneys find them as they want to be found, and how to do to address information that might be harmful to an expert
Mr. Robinson is an attorney, and founder of JurisPro Inc. As an attorney, Mr. Robinson specializes in construction defect, personal injury, and business litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Robinson is a member of the California Bar Association, and former member of the American Bar Association, Defense Research Institute, American Association For Justice, Los Angeles County Bar Association, and Consumer Attorneys of California. Mr. Robinson is also past Education Chair for the California Bar, Law Practice Management and Technology section.
Doug is president of Paper Forensics
Full abstract coming soon. Doug will present methods for differentiating types of paper.
Presentations set for October 4
9:00 – 10:00 Christina Harvey, Esq. – Be Heard on Paper: Persuasive Legal Writing
Bio and abstract coming soon
10:10 – 11:10 Allyce McWhorter – Using different light sources for document examination
Full bio and abstract coming soon
Allyce McWhorter is a technical specialist with Foster and Freeman
1:00 – 2:00 Ken May – You’ve been hacked and don’t know it
Cyber threats are everywhere these days! In this presentation you will learn about the current threat landscape, where the threats are coming from, and who is actually profiting from these attacks. It’s not all doom and gloom however, you’ll also learn multiple techniques to protect yourself and your client’s information from harm.”
Ken May is a Certified Ethical Hacker, Information Security and Compliance Auditor, Network Penetration Tester, Cybersecurity Analytics Professional, CEO, and owner of Swift Chip, a Managed IT Security Services provider, based in Southern California.
He has a Master’s Degree from SBCOM, a Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts from Thomas Aquinas College and has written 3 books and numerous articles. He has been Voted Top Channel Influencer of the SMBnation 150, and carries numerous certifications from HP, Microsoft, Cisco, SANS, CompTIA, Symantec, Dell and more. Recently, he was chosen by his peers to be elected to the CompTIA IT Security Community Executive Council, where he will directly influence the education and guidance of their international IT Security community. Ken has been selected to participate in the SANS Instructor program, teaching cybersecurity certification prep classes to the CIA, FBI, Homeland security, and the nation’s top security-focused companies. Ken is also a Commissioner for the City of Ventura, CA, where he works to help promote the Arts in his community.
He enjoys music, martial arts, movies and SCUBA diving.
Mr. May strongly believes that it is important to be actively involved in the community, and that one should always try to keep the ‘Big Picture’ and long term goals in mind when solving immediate-need issues, whether it be in business, community or one’s personal life.